Quentin Tarantino says there’s a “very big possibility” he makes his ‘Star Trek’ movie. Bro, don’t play with me!
I really, really want to see Tarantino’s take on Star Trek. But, I got to admit. I didn’t think it had a chance at coming to fruition. Not so fast, says the man himself.
Star Trek is a hip franchise, dudes! Totally, totally hip! How hip, you want to ask? Why, it’s got the head writer of Rick and Morty working on an animated series! Snark aside, this is actually really cool.
Quentin Tarantino ‘Star Trek’ movie will be R-Rated, penned by ‘The Revenant’ writer. This is wonderful madness.
I love all of this so much. Quentin Tarantino’s Star Trek movie is going to be Rated R, and penned by the dude who wrote The Revenant. It’s so fucking weird that I can’t help but get excited.
Tarantino and Abrams are working on a ‘Star Trek’ movie that Tarantino may direct. Wait, what the fuck?
This…this news is interesting. To say the least. Like, what the fuck is even going on? The last year has proven obvious that the walls of reality are decaying around us, and it’s usually been terrible. But, this is pretty fucking neat.
Star Trek: Discovery is getting a second season, friends! I honestly don’t know how people feel about the show, and I’m not watching it myself. But! I hope this excites a lot of people. Genuinely.
Quentin Tarantino would totally make a ‘Star Trek’ movie, he says. But, like, I ain’t falling for it
Quentin Tarantino is at it again, folks. Flapping them gums. This time, the director is saying he would direct a Star Trek movie.
Not trying to be particularly snarky, here. Do people care about the premiere of Star Trek Discovery anymore? Between the seemingly endless delays, the loss of showrunner Bryan Fuller, and the majority of the show being banished to a esoteric streaming service, the show faces serious challenges. At the very least.
Star Trek: Discovery has finally found its lead! Sonequa Martin-Green! I don’t know her, because I don’t watch the mean-spirited dumpster fire that is Walking Dead (#hottake!!!), but I hope this makes those familiar happy.
I don’t know much about Bryan Fuller, other than he’s responsible for some critically acclaimed shows. I don’t know much about him stepping down as showrunner of Star Trek Discovery, but it strikes me as not-good development.
Star Trek turns 50 today, man. I’ve always neglected watching the series, due to distraction, lack of discipline, and the fact that I’m a Garbage Person. But its ideology, and what it put forth, is something I feel to be both genuinely important, and incredibly necessary in these Days of Gloom.